Price Per Person: Adults: $50.00 USD Children: $35.00 USD

Santo Domingo The Colonial City (also called Colonial Zone) is the oldest urban nucleus in the city of Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic. The Colonial City was the first permanent European settlement in America, founded in 1502 by Spanish colonizers. This area of ​​Santo Domingo has colonial buildings and streets with old cobblestones […]

Santo Domingo

The Colonial City (also called Colonial Zone) is the oldest urban nucleus in the city of Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic. The Colonial City was the first permanent European settlement in America, founded in 1502 by Spanish colonizers.

This area of ​​Santo Domingo has colonial buildings and streets with old cobblestones of great tourist attraction, such as the Alcázar de Colón (which belonged to Diego Colón, son of Christopher Columbus), the Museum of the Royal Houses, the First Cathedral of America and Ozama Fortress. For this reason, there are national hotels (such as the Hotel Conde de Peñalba) and international ones (such as the Sofitel Nicolás de Ovando in the house of Nicolás de Ovando). Most hotels are located on Calle El Conde and Calle Las Damas.

On December 8, 1990 it was declared by the United Nations Organization for Education and Culture (UNESCO) as a World Heritage Site, with the name of Colonial City of Santo Domingo, with an area of ​​93 ha. Today it is one of the most important tourist places in Santo Domingo and one of the most visited by national and foreign tourists in the Dominican Republic.

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The Colonial City (also called Colonial Zone) is the oldest urban nucleus in the city of Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic. The Colonial City was the first permanent European settlement in America, founded in 1502 by Spanish colonizers.

This area of ​​Santo Domingo has colonial buildings and streets with old cobblestones of great tourist attraction, such as the Alcázar de Colón (which belonged to Diego Colón, son of Christopher Columbus), the Museum of the Royal Houses, the First Cathedral of America and Ozama Fortress. For this reason, there are national hotels (such as the Hotel Conde de Peñalba) and international ones (such as the Sofitel Nicolás de Ovando in the house of Nicolás de Ovando). Most hotels are located on Calle El Conde and Calle Las Damas.

On December 8, 1990 it was declared by the United Nations Organization for Education and Culture (UNESCO) as a World Heritage Site, with the name of Colonial City of Santo Domingo, with an area of ​​93 ha. Today it is one of the most important tourist places in Santo Domingo and one of the most visited by national and foreign tourists in the Dominican Republic.

what a brig

Old clothes
Swimsuits
Flip flops or water shoes
Sunglasses or goggles
Handkerchief or small towel to cover your face
Towel
Camera
Sunscreen
Cash

tour time
morning and afternoon

Pickup times and locations vary depending on the hotel you are staying at. We will contact you shortly with the exact time and pick-up location. This excursion only departs from Punta Cana. For excursions in another part of the island, send us an email or call us. info@transporteturísticobueno.com Tel: +1 (809) 203-6205

Price Per Person: Adults: $50.00 USD Children: $35.00 USD

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